Managing the Software Development Release Process

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AccuRev Authors: tru welu, M.Serdar Yümlü, Liz McMillan

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AccuRev Integrates with NetBeans IDE 3.6 Platform

AccuRev Integrates with NetBeans IDE 3.6 Platform

AccuRev, Inc. is integrating AccuRev with NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE) 3.6. AccuRev demonstrated this NetBeans integration at NetBeans Software Day, a companion event to the 2004 JavaOne Conference, on Tuesday, June 29.

NetBeans.org is the home of the NetBeans open source community and code base. The award-winning NetBeans IDE provides a pure Java technology development environment for Windows, Linux, the Solaris Operating System or Mac OS X. NetBeans IDE 3.6, a major revision to the open source platform, is intended to enable applications development on systems ranging from mobile devices to multi-tier enterprise systems.

AccuRev is the only software configuration management system to offer TimeSafe architecture, which effortlessly allows groups of developers to implement unlimited hierarchies of parallel development streams. AccuRev's new architecture and clean-sheet design separate it from legacy CM systems derived from mid-1970's technology. AccuRev delivers total graphical control of all development artifacts while simultaneously giving users freedom to manage development as they wish.

AccuRev/CM 3.3.1, along with the Sun Java Studio Standard 5 integration, may be downloaded from www.accurev.com. AccuRev is available for Microsoft Windows, the Solaris Operating System, Linux, and other Unix platforms. The NetBeans 3.6 development IDE platform can be downloaded from www.netbeans.org.

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